Last updated on January 31st, 2018 at 07:59 am
SVP allows you to watch any video on your computer using the same frame interpolation technique as available in high-end TVs and projectors.
It increases the frame rate by generating intermediate animation frames between existing frames in order to produce very smooth, fluid and clear motion. The technology is pretty well-known for a while (“TrimensionDNM”, “Motion Plus”, “Motionflow” and others), but now it becomes available to PC users for free using a simple GUI and a couple of mouse clicks.
SVP provides GPU acceleration and allows to watch FullHD 1080p-video recalculated to 60Hz in real-time using a mid-range CPU and almost any GPU hardware.
Some would say that frame rate conversion is not worth efforts and results in almost the same low quality video as image upscaling, often with soap opera effect, which they hate. But they are wrong! From the extensive feedback from the community, we learned that anyone who actually watched at least 3 movies at high frame rate would never ever want to watch anything in the obsolete 24 fps standard.
Any video player – major Windows players plus VLC, mpv, Plex
What are system requirements?
System requirements depend on which videos you’ll watch. For SD-size videos (for instance, DVDs), a low-end system (like Core2 Duo) is good enough; however, for FullHD 3D video, you probably need Core i7.
The performance depends almost linearly on the video frame size: 1080p FullHD frame is 4 times heavier than 720p, and 720p is 4 times heavier than DVD. Note, that a proper video card could improve performance significantly, but for high quality 1080p interpolation you still need a powerful CPU with 4 cores at 3 GHz as a good start.
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